Searching for a ceiling tile product that improves speech privacy and reduces noise intrusion through a lay-in ceiling? Does your design require matching existing lay-in tiles?
QuietTile provides a high CAC rating, 49-51, with the finish tile of your choice.
Designer can select from any readily available lay-in ceiling tiles.
Kinetics’ QuietTile uses additional mass and sound damping to produce a composite ceiling tile designed to reduce sound transmission through a lay-in ceiling. QuietTile sound control ceiling is installed in a standard ceiling grid and can be selected to match most acoustical ceiling tiles. Kinetics bonds the composite viscoelastic damping layer and gypsum board to the back of a standard ceiling tile selected by the designer.
QuietTile composite lay-in panel can be designed for a reveal 9/16″ (narrow) grid or 15/16″ standard grid. Tiles are available in nominal 24″ x 24″ and 24″ x 48″ sizes.
Achieve sound control and speech privacy in a lay-in ceiling system where conventional ceiling tiles fail.
Composite ceiling tile designed for improved sound transmission loss.
- Gypsum board
- Viscoelastic sound damping layer
- Ceiling tile face – can be provided to match existing ceiling tile
- Available in nominal 2 ft. x 2 ft. or 2 ft. x 4 ft. sizes
Note: The Kinetics standard facing tile is Armstrong Cortega unless otherwise specified
Ceiling Attenuation Class (CAC), QuietTile tested with Armstrong Cortega facing tile – CAC 49.
QuietTile with optional 1-inch (25 mm), 3 pcf fiberglass backer with Armstrong Cortega facing tile – CAC 51.
Fire Class Rating
Class A per ASTM E84
- Conference Rooms
- Law Offices
- Medical Exam Rooms
- Rooms requiring improved speech privacy or noise reduction through the ceiling
For achieving maximum noise reduction it is important that noise “leaks” through the ceiling; supply/return vents and open light fixtures be treated. Ask Kinetics for methods of treatment based on your ceiling design.
Select a suspension system for ceiling panel weights up to 3.5 lbs. per square foot.
Field notching of the backing layer may be required at tie wire locations depending on overall thickness of finish tile selected.